Jaroslaw (Jarek) Lis received his M.A. summa cum laude from the Frederic Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, Poland.
EXCEPTIONAL FACULTY ARTISTS
The Trentino Music Festival has an outstanding reputation as the premiere young artist training program in Europe. Our faculty artists are engaged by major symphonies, concert halls, and opera houses, as well as leading conservatories of music in the US and Europe. As artists and as educators, they bring passion to the training process and are committed to helping each student cultivate their unique strengths and develop performance skills. Check back regularly for faculty updates and additions.
Paul Cortese graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music, where he studied with the famed violist Joseph de Pasquale.
Yaniv has performed with the Broadway Cast of Evita during their national tour, and with the National Moravian Society across Germany and the Czech Republic.
A student of Aldo Parisot and Janos Starker Guillaume is currently a faculty member of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris. He served as principal cello with the Chamber Orchestra of Paris the Bartholdy Trio.
Christine is a cellist and educator passionate about bringing the power and beauty of classical music to wider and more diverse audiences.
A graduate of the Royal College of Music, Valentina is a faculty member with Leon’s Bosch class at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and young artist of Talent Unlimited.
Nicolas Duchamp is an internationally acclaimed performer and teacher, in the tradition of the Paris Conservatory French school of flute playing.
He regularly performs on the East Coast with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Opera Philadelphia, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, & The Knights Chamber Orchestra.
Bassoonist Nanci Belmont, praised as “outstanding” by the New York Classical Review, is a dynamic musician enjoying a diverse career as a performer, educator, and arts advocate.
As soloist and chamber musician, Pablo's performances lead him again and again through Germany and Europe, from the Philharmonie in Berlin, to the Bayerischen Rundfunk in Munich, L’Auditori in Barcelona, the Tonhalle Zürich, to the LAC Lugano, or the Athenaeum in Bucharest.
A founding member of the Italian Wonderbrass Quintet and the Kalamos Wind Quintet, Guglielmo is principal horn of the Orchestra of the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.
Dimitri is the principal percussionist with La Fenice Orchestra in Venice and an honor graduate from Udine Conservatory. He has served on the faculties of several Italian conservatories.